If you love true crime stories and enjoy learning a bit about history too, there is an Airbnb experience you need to check out in Austin, Texas. Well, I have to admit I haven't experienced it yet for myself but it sounds like a lot of fun and definitely worth looking into the next time I visit Austin. The tour is hosted by a man named James and he will help you trace the steps of America's first serial killer.

I'm disappointed that just a few months ago my wife and I went to Austin and didn't know about this tour. We are crime show junkies so this would have been perfect for us, the tour runs Wednesday through Saturday beginning at 8:00 pm. Although just a heads up as I look through the reviews it sounds like there is a lot of walking so make sure you wear comfortable shoes.

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How Much to Retrace the Steps of America's First Serial Killer in Austin?

This tour is reasonably priced at $45 per person (as of 3/28/22), but obviously those prices could change so make sure you check prices for yourself. If you have a large group interested in the tour you also have the option of booking your own private tour.

Would you be up for going on this tour?

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